The basic element of the mixer architecture is an audio line
. An audio line consists of one or more channels of data originating from a
single source or a system resource. For example, a stereo audio line has two data
channels, but it is considered a single audio line because it originates from
a single source.
The mixer architecture provides routing services to manage audio lines on a
computer. You can use the routing services if you have adequate hardware devices
and software drivers installed. The mixer architecture allows several audio
source lines to map to a single destination audio line.
Each audio line can have mixer controls associated with it. A mixer control
can perform any number of functions (such as control volume), depending on the
characteristics of the associated audio line.
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